June 29, 2020

Next Camp Dates: Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th July 2020

Location: Sevenoaks, Kent

We have been separated from nature with all that's been happening. It has highlighted the inequality of green spaces and woodland access within different communities. Being around trees and...

Wildeye Adventures be will hosting a tree planting event in Sevenoaks, Kent on Sunday 1st December 2019. In reference to the Big Climate Fightback campaign led by the Woodland Trust 

500+ native and disease-free broadleaf trees will be delivered by the Woodland Trust an...

Trees are one of the planet's vital natural resources and one of the longest living organisms on earth. They provide habitats for plant life, wildlife, food for animals and birds. They absorb harmful gases and produce much of the oxygen in the air we breathe. Trees rel...

If you are planning on taking part in one of our overnight camps in the woods, you may wish to consider looking over this kit list, to help you get an idea of things to bring and what you will need in preparation.


  • TENT (optional)

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Encouraging others to get out of the city and spend time amongst the trees. Our Forest Healing Camp gives individuals, couples and families the opportunity to learn bushcraft skills combined with natural healing in ancient woodlands based in Brasted Char...

"A walk in the woods is never time wasted"

There are many positive benefits that occur when taking a walk in the woods. As well as breathing in fresh air, you will be breathing in Phytoncides - an enthyzm released by the leaves from trees.

Phytoncides help to increase n...

“Natural treasures, in roots, wood and leaves, for beauty, for use, the air that we breathe.
Imagine: a wood starts with one small seed. We’re stronger together – people and trees.” - Harriet Fraser, 2017

The call for a Tree Charter - a revolutionary social movement - w...

Interview at the Network Wellbeing Show on the conservation of trees and woodlands in the UK with Yara Ghrewati from the Woodland Trust.

Amongst the endless urban landscape there is still natural beauty to be found.

Shinrin-Yoku aka Forest Bathing. A practice incorporated into Japanese culture.

Is spending peaceful time around trees, woodlands and nature.

Scientists in Japan have been conducting researc...

March 21, 2016

There is no wifi in the forest, but I promise you will find a better connection

Whilst teaching survival out in the woods one day, a young boy picked up a pine- cone and asked “Is this an Acorn?” Another girl had no awareness as to where bacon came from and thought the...

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